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Posted To: MBS CommentaryBonds began the day in inconsequentially stronger territory and soon moved to the worst levels in a week leading up to the 5yr Treasury auction. The auction's stats were much stronger compared to recent averages. This would normally bode well for bond markets (and today was no exception), but we might be justified in reading a little bit more positivity into the results considering the auction occurred in the shadow of the Fed Minutes set to hit the wires just 1 hour later. The Fed Minutes turned out to be helpful in their own right. Not only did the Fed express some rate-hike hesitation, but they reinvestment discussion seems to have evolved in a less terrifying way than some bond traders had imagined. Specifically, there was no mention of outright bond sales (a particular concern for...(read more)
Posted To: Mortgage Rate WatchMortgage rates moved moderately higher this morning, beginning the day at the highest levels in roughly 2 weeks. Afternoon events helped underlying bond markets bounce back, however, resulting in several lenders issuing positive reprices. This means that some lenders are in slightly better shape vs yesterday while others remain in worse shape. All things being equal, any lender who did not adjust rate sheets this afternoon would have incentive to offer bigger improvements tomorrow morning. The key consideration for interest rates was today's release of the Minutes from the most recent Fed meeting. The Minutes provide a more detailed account of the meetings where the Fed officially sets monetary policy. The policy statement is several hundred words while the Minutes are several thousand words...(read more)
Posted To: MND NewsWireExisting homes declined in April, falling back by 2.3 percent in April when compared to March 2017 levels. The National Association of Realtors® (NAR) said the month's transactions, which include those for single-family houses, townhouses, condos and cooperative apartments, were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.57 million . March sales were revised down from 5.71 to 5.70 million. Despite the decline, April's numbers were still 1.6 percent higher than the previous April and were at the fourth highest rate in the past year. Analysts polled by Econoday were expecting that sales would be lower in the wake of a 4.2 percent month-over-month gain in March. The consensus was for sales of 5.65 million. New homes sales, which were released on Monday, posted an 11.4 percent month-over-month...(read more)